Shelbyville is a vibrant city situated in the hills in middle Tennessee, about 50 miles from Nashville. This beautiful and historic city also serves as the seat of Bedford County. Established in 1810, Shelbyville traces its roots to a 100-acre land donated by Clement Cannon, a local businessman and war
Nokesville is a quiet and charming rural neighborhood in northern Virginia. It is located right at the heart of Prince William County's picturesque agricultural district. About 30 miles from Washington, DC, Nokesville's rolling hills and abundant farmlands offer agricultural attractions. Visitors can enjoy its flower and animal farms and green
Tunkhannock is the seat of Wyoming County in northeastern Pennsylvania. It traces its deep origins to the early 1770s settlements that flourished in the Tunkhannock Creek and Susquehanna River areas. In 1841, it was incorporated as a borough named Tunkhannock. This name comes from the Iroquois term meaning “small river.